Economics Alumni Advisory Committee
In 2010 the Department of Economics established an Economics Department Alumni Advisory Committee to improve communications among alumni and between the alumni and faculty. The Alumni Advisory Committee will provide recommendations to the Department regarding ways in which to achieve that goal. One initial effort was to establish a tradition of holding one event designed for alumni each semester. In the Fall of 2010, this was done through a reception announcing the Committee and new role. The event in the spring semester of 2011 was a Public Lecture by Prakash Louingani of the IMF who asked the question "Do you want some jobs with that recovery?" Plans are underway for events in the fall and spring semesters of academic 2011-2012.
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